Former Falmouth Town striker Jordan Annear is on trial with English Football League club Cheltenham Town.

Annear, who currently plays for Western League club Plymouth Parkway, came off the bench to play the final 15 minutes of the Robins’ 2-2 draw at Hereford on Wednesday night.

He is also believed to have trialled at English Football League One side AFC Wimbledon this summer.

Cheltenham, who are managed by former Burnley and Northern Ireland player Michael Duff, finished 16th in the English Football League Two last season.

Cornish forward Annear had spells at Newquay and Porthleven before joining Falmouth Town in 2016, and went on to score nearly a century of goals in just over 100 appearances for the Bickland Park side.

Forty-three of those goals came in a phenomenal 2017/18 campaign which saw him earn the South West Peninsula League golden boot, which he clinched on the final day of the season with a hat-trick in the final of the Walter C Parson League Cup as Town defeat Tavistock 4-2 after extra-time.

The 22-year-old trialled at Southern League Premier South side Tiverton Town the following summer but remained at Falmouth for the start of the 2018/19 season, during which he made his 100th appearance for the club in their 3-1 extra-time defeat at Hamworthy United in the FA Vase.

That was his final game in a Falmouth shirt before joining Parkway for the rest of the season, where he scored 19 goals in 17 games for the Bolitho Park club, helping them to a second-place finish in their debut season at Western League level.

Annear continued to play for Falmouth on occasions when Parkway had no game and made an important contribution in the rest of their campaign, including scoring in both of Town’s League Cup quarter-final and Cornwall Senior Cup semi-final victories over St Austell.